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World’s leading academic journals join pledge to fight bias in publishing

Global giants Springer Nature, De Gruyter and Taylor & Francis join Wiley, Elsevier and SAGE Publishing to sign up to the Royal Society of Chemistry’s commitment for equality in publishing. Commitmen…

World’s leading academic journals join pledge to fight bias in publishing

Global giants Springer Nature, De Gruyter and Taylor & Francis join Wiley, Elsevier and SAGE Publishing to sign up to the Royal Society of Chemistry’s commitment for equality in publishing. Commitmen…

Unlocking the Chinese R&D Puzzle Box

China is the world’s second largest drug market after the US and is predicted to take a 30% share of the global market by 2023 [1,2]. With changing demographics and increasing wealth, Chinese citizen…

Pharmaceuticals and the environment: how can the industry put its best foot forward?

In recent years, it has become more and more important to both consumers and investors that they support organisations which display a high level of social and environmental responsibility. Camilla K…

Quest to control our genes by the power of thought

The power to control living cells by treating molecules as switches or transistors has been established in principle. Synthetic biologists believe we could be on the brink of re-engineering life itse…

Podcast: Continuing Professional Development for scientists

Returning to our expert, Jessica Evans, a Member Recruitment Executive at The Royal Society of Chemistry, we revisit the topic of continued professional development, or CPD. In particular, we conside…

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